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    Apollo 11 Crew-Signed Book: Man on the Moon A Picture Chronology of Man in Space Exploration. Collector's Edition (Dallas: Galina Inc., 1969). A 10.5" x 8.25" book, unpaginated, in white, gold-stamped binding. Boldly signed on the free front endpaper: "Neil Armstrong", "M Collins", and "Buzz Aldrin". The book includes a brief history of the space program with numerous color photos. Included is a memo dated August 4, 1971, showing where this book was given as a gift by the president and vice president of one company to an individual in another company "... to express their appreciation to you for the excellent job your company has done for them..." Just a tiny bit of soiling on the covers, otherwise excellent condition.

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    November, 2011
    30th Wednesday
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